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Syracuse football player stabbed

Starting Syracuse cornerback Tanard Jackson was released from the hospital on Monday after being stabbed in the chest following a fight near Syracuse's student activity center, reported Monday. Jackson's injuries were not life-threatening. "He's doing fine... We're hoping for a speedy recovery," Syracuse Football Coach Paul Pasqualo said, in an interview with the Associated Press. However, Pasqualo said that Jackson will probably miss Syracuse's Big East opener against Rutgers this weekend. Jackson was stabbed after he and fellow teammate, safety Reggie McCoy, attempted to break up a fight on Sunday around 2 a.m.

Men's golf stands ninth at Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate

The Virginia men's golf team was tied for ninth place after the second round of play at the Mason Rudolph Intercollegiate Tournament after Monday's round. The Cavaliers shot a combined score of 575 (+7) on Roper's Knob Course after shooting 287 and 288 in the first two rounds.

Women's soccer game postponed

The women's soccer game against Richmond, scheduled for 7 p.m. last night at Klöckner Stadium, was postponed because of rain. A make-up date for the game has not been scheduled yet. The Cavaliers, now ranked No.

Council passes resolution for Asian-American Studies

In a unanimous decision, the Student Council passed a resolution last night to endorse the creation of an Asian-American Studies program at the University. "I believe people will be very supportive of the program," said Peter Yu, assistant dean in the Office of African-American Affairs.

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